...yes, try the webstart version and edit the .jnlp file to increase the
heap size. It is usually more reliable to install Jalview this way
rather than through the InstallAnywhere method.
Once you have installed Jalview through webstart you can start it from
the .jnlp file when you are not connected to the web.
The section of the "Launching Jalview" Video at around 2 minutes
explains about the .jnlp file. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RdbcdZZUDHg
gives some instructions on where to edit the .jnlp file.
I typically have mine set to 8 gigabytes since I have a 16 GB memory
I hope this helps,
On 17/10/2016 08:54, Mungo Carstairs (Staff) wrote:
> Hello Kausik,
> As a workaround, are you able to edit the jnlp file that is downloaded for
> Jalview Webstart to increase max-heap-size say to 2G? And run from the
> command line with javaws.
> Someone will follow up on the Installer error (who is not on a mini iPad in a
> remote corner of the Scottish Highlands).
> From: jalview-discuss-boun...@jalview.org
> <jalview-discuss-boun...@jalview.org> on behalf of Kausik Datta
> Sent: 14 October 2016 19:01:11
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [Jalview-discuss] Problems installing and then running Jalview on
> Windows 10
> Please help.
> 1. I have 32-bit Java JRE v.1.8.0_101 on my Windows 10 x64 machine.
> 2. So I downloaded the 32 bit installer without the VM.
> 3. Trying to install kept giving me Windows error 2 in loading Java VM.
> 4. I bypassed the error by running from a command prompt:
> install-jalview.exe LAX_VM “C:\Program Files
> 5. The installation would start and then fail with an error message
> about –i switch re GUI
> 6. So, I tried: install-jalview.exe LAX_VM “C:\Program Files
> (x86)\Java\jre1.8.0_101\bin\java.exe” –i gui
> 7. The installation went through this time. I was asked to specify a
> folder for installation, which I did.
> 8. The installation was finished with a note that there were errors.
> Now I find that none of the Java .jar executables in the created Jalview
> program folder work. None. Double-clicking on them returns no action at all.
> I checked my Java by double-clicking an unrelated .jar file I had (a
> statistical applet) and it worked as usual.
> I must be doing something wrong; can someone please help?
> I cannot use the web-based version, because my FASTA files are large and I am
> running out of memory (I tried).
> Thanks in advance,
> Kausik Datta, M.Sc., Ph.D.
> Senior Research Specialist
> Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
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